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SANTIAGO -- Nemaska Lithium Inc. may issue new shares, take on new debt or sell assets as it hunts for fresh capital to build a lithium project in Quebec that faces cost overruns of more than $300 million, head of investor relations Wanda Cutler said on Wednesday. Read More
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Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. announced Tuesday that Neil Bruce had departed as chief executive after a turbulent year in which the company’s stock dropped by more than half amid looming criminal charges and repeated missteps in its operations. Read More
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BEIJING — China launched a survey of rare earth resources in seven regions on Monday, the China Securities Journal reported on Tuesday, amid speculation Beijing may curb exports of the materials to the United States. Read More
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What's better than GOLD? Read More
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If push comes to shove, one of the world's largest gold miners is prepared to do an end run around the U.S. should President Donald Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexican goods bite. Read More
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One minute John Perkins was seated near the back of a fire hall in rural Nova Scotia, listening to a discussion about drainage at gold mines, the next he was backing away from a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer with his hands up. Read More
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Sherritt International Corp., whose executives were once known as Fidel Castro's favourite capitalists, is paying the price for its close ties to the struggling Caribbean nation. Read More
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As fears take hold that China may restrict the flow of rare earths metals to the U.S., at least one Canadian company that uses the critical minerals may see a big upside. Read More
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TORONTO — Canadian Hudson Resources said on Thursday it is in talks with several parties about potentially partnering on its rare earth mining project in Greenland to take advantage of demand stemming from trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Read More
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Beijing's threat to use its dominance of rare earths in the trade war risks serious disruption to U.S. industry, by starving manufacturers of components commonplace in everything from cars to dishwashers and military equipment. And, it's a stranglehold that might take years to break. Read More
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